Parubiy opened the festive session of the Verkhovna Rada

Parliament will start work with the approval of the agenda of the session. Photo:

The plenary session on 6 February will start with a solemn opening of the eighth session of the Verkhovna Rada of the VIII convocation.

In the agenda – about 30 bills. In the hall registered 357 MPs.

“At a session of Parliament attended by the Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman and members of the government, heads of Central bodies of Executive power judicial branch of power. Present officials, whom the Supreme Council elects and appoints, representatives of public organizations and mass media, heads of diplomatic missions of foreign States” , – said the speaker Andriy Parubiy and opened the eighth seciu.

The first paragraph of plan for today – approval of the agenda of the session.

Also today, the Parliament will vote for the resolution regarding the Polish law banning “Bandera ideology”. MPs try to overturn the ruling that blocks the signing of the bill on the reintegration of Donbass.

The largest today is a set of economic issues. In the repeated second reading will consider the bill on limited liability and additional liability, as well as on the creation and maintenance of the credit registry of the national Bank.

Among other things, plan to instruct the Committee on legal policy and justice to prepare, for urgent consideration and alternative presidential bills on the anti-corruption court and the relevant amendments to the law “On Higher anti-corruption court.”

The speaker Andriy Parubiy said that the main work of the Verkhovna Rada of the eighth session of the VIII convocation will be the preparation for accession to NATO and the EU. Priority will be draft laws on limited liability companies, capital markets and regulated markets, the creation of an anti-corruption court. Plan to take staffing issues – appointment of CEC members, the accounting chamber, head of the national Bank, the Commissioner for human rights.